October 2011

There are 17 blog entries for October 2011.

2011 Annual Herb Festival At Pearl Brewery

Friday, October 14th, 2011 at 10:45am. 3,026 Views, 0 Comments.

20 Herbs to Remember

Written by Randy Watson

The 20th Anniversary of the San Antonio Herb Market presents the "20 Herbs to Remember" ... at the Pearl Brewery Complex, 312 Pearl Parkway, San Antonio, TX. Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 9:00am to 4:00pm.

The 2011 San Antonio Herb Market. The free SAWS-sponsored event features cooking demos, lectures, and activities for the kids! Purchase fresh herbs and other plants, handmade soaps, olive oils, books and other products to delight your herbal senses. Visit with experts on organic gardening, and choose from an array of handmade gardening items to purchase for your patio, deck or yard.

The Herb Market is free and open to the public. Mark your calendars for this very special event!

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Habits of Frugality Part 1

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 at 11:35am. 1,860 Views, 0 Comments.

Frugality – Part One

by Celia Hayes

Mission Realty

The haul from a arecent frugal thrift run. by Celia Hayes www.satxproperty.comI suppose I have come by the predilection for thrift in a fairly straightforward way – I inherited it. There are things that because my parents didn't do them, I never actually have or would in the foreseeable future. Like purchase an entirely new automobile. Do you know how much it depreciates, as soon as you drive it off the lot? I can hear Dad lecturing me, even now. At least two years old, lightly used, dealer warranty.

Not even if I should become a fabulously wealthy and famous writer, the Margaret Mitchell of the Hill Country  . . .  nope, although I have now and again spent money unwisely, I just cannot bring myself to spend full retail on certain things. Apparently I am not alone in this, these

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Italian Feast at Columbus Hall

Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 10:51am. 4,053 Views, 0 Comments.

Italian Feast at Christopher Columbus Italian Society Hall in San Antonio

San Antonio Real Estate - Mission Realty

This years festival and Italian dinner is over, but if you missed it, the Ladies Auxillary holds quarterly Italian dinners ...

Meatball Feast by Celia Hayes www.satxproperty.comSo, who would have guessed that there is a thriving little Italian community tucked away in San Antonio  ... well, if you have passed by at speed on the IH-35 North, just where the highway passes Navarro and Santa Rosa, you would have caught a glimpse of a tiny, ornate brick church – the Church of San Francisco de Paoli, with the Columbus Hall right next to it and the beginnings of an ornate public square and gardens out in front. The church and the hall were built by a social and self-help society formed of Italian immigrants at the turn of the

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Guest Bloggers Wanted

Friday, October 7th, 2011 at 9:07pm. 17,388 Views, 0 Comments.

Guest Authors and Guest Bloggers Wanted

By Randy Watson

Mission Realty San Antonio Real Estate

SATXBLOGI, Randy Watson and owner of the www.satxproperty.com website and SATXBlog, invite other bloggers and authors to post quality content on SATXBlog. My SATXBlog includes very diverse topics and is open to anyone wishing to write/blog about general real estate topics or any/all things good about San Antonio or South Texas.

Here's what I offer: I will publish your post on the SATXBLOG with your short author biography and your photo; in exchange for 1 by-line link and 1 or 2 hyperlinks within the article. (No self-promotion within the article.) Additional linking is available below the post in the Related Links section.

All posts/articles must be in English. All submissions must be

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An Evening with the Authors in Lockhart

Thursday, October 6th, 2011 at 5:57pm. 2,157 Views, 0 Comments.

Evening With the Authors

by Celia Hayes

Mission Realty San Antonio Real Estate Randy Watson 210-744-4514

Pleasant Hill Winery by Celia Hayes www.satxproperty.comThat was a wonderful time, although I didn't really get to meet any of the other authors. Readers of books and local supporters of the Eugene Clark library got to purchase books and talk to the authors, while sipping wine and nibbling on a scrumptious array of finger food, cheeses, sweets and whatever, provided and served by students from the Austin Community College Culinary Arts program. Each of us authors had a table with chairs around it, scattered through an artfully planned garden at the back of one of Lockhart's' stately ancestral mansions. Shade trees alternated with spaces of lawn, and pavilions trimmed with icicle lights – which sheltered the buffet line, the dessert table, the booth where wine

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Texas Building Permit Data Oct 4

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 at 8:11pm. 1,748 Views, 0 Comments.

RECON Real Estate Center Online News October 4, 2011 Copyright 2011. All rights reserved. Material herein is published according to the fair-use doctrine of U.S. copyright laws related to non-profit, educational institutions. Items attributed to sources other than the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University should not be reprinted without permission of the original source.


 COLLEGE STATION (Real Estate Center) – We've made it easier than ever for you to use our building permit data. Not only that, we've increased the amount of monthly data available.

For years, the Center's website has included building permit data for all states, Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Texas counties. Now, a

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Lockhart Texas The Capital of Texas BBQ

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 at 8:04pm. 6,735 Views, 0 Comments.

Road Trip: The Capital of Texas BBQ

by Celia Hayes

Lockhart County Courthouse by Celia Hayes www.satxproperty.comHaving reason last Saturday to go up to Lockhart, to participate in an evening fund-raising event to support the Eugene Clark Library, my daughter and I thought;  let's drive up in the early afternoon and take a look at the sights of historic downtown Lockhart; a district of several blocks centered on the archetypal Texas courthouse in a square with a number of businesses housed in classic late-19th century or early 20th century buildings.

It's a short drive from our San Antonio home, all things considered, and a fascinating place to spend a weekend afternoon. We would hit a couple of thrift and antique shops, check out one of the four notable BBQ houses, and generally have a relaxing afternoon.

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